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? >> bobbi parker was not the woman she was portraying herself to be -- >> absolutely not. >> tonight, a mystery with a mind-boggling twist. this wife and mom taken hostage. was she really a hostage at all? >> their relationship was not one of kidnapper and victim. it was one of husband and wife. >> his prisoner or his lover? >> i really do love you. sounds like a pretty heartfelt love letter. >> now, she tells her story for the very first time. will you believe her? let us know on the dateline chat line. >> i was fighting for my life. line. >> i was fighting for my life. >> "the devil and bobbi parker." captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to "dateline," everyone, i'm lester holt. it's a remarkable case. a mother missing for more than ten years as her family waited, wondered, hoped. she had been kidnapped, held dangerous by a prisoner. other believe she was really captive to something else -- her own dangerous emotions. tonight, see what you think. which story will you believe? here's edie magnus. >>> on april 4, 2005, a texas county sheriff near the louisiana bo
reasons we cannot articulate. i don't know why bobby touched me, his name was little devil but i never wanted to call him by that name. i think about his personality and that maybe the reason. he was 14 years old and had been abused, and was in foster placement with his hat -- aunt. i fell in love with him in the most proper, loving, in the most big sister way. i would say to him, with all the ignorance of the young social worker, i will always be here for you, always. always. it was a friday night, and i had gone on a string of disasters states, this was in the 1980's. we hooked up, but said we didn't. it was 2:00am and i was getting home. i lived in venice, california. the rent was affordable. but this was to in the morning. the house had a wraparound porch. i was walking up to my house, and there was a shadowy figure on the porch. i did what any concert -- god- fearing a young woman did. i reached for my can of mace, and i was prepared. i looked at the chateau -- shadow, and i heard the voice and knew it was bobby. with all the sensitivity of a new social worker i said, what t
for it. the team is feeding a group of bengal tigers in africa. rest in peace, bobby. i don't know if that deerish looking animal was maybe part of the farm at some point. bobby is continuing the circle of life at this tiger farm. >> hate to see you go out like this, bobby. >> one moment of silence for bobby. >> maybe he passed away naturally and they threw his carcass over the fence. >> hopefully they didn't know bobby before because that would be awkward. >>> going to take you to brussels belgium where a man named dave is about to really surprise some folks with his mind reading ability. she has butterfly tattoo. >> tramp stamp of you can say it. >> just went like this. [ speaking foreign language ] >> the woman says, wow, not a lot people know that. how do you know this? that's why we don't see her face. >> he can't look under her shirt for a torn muscle, steven. it's about to get more amazing. [ speaking foreign language ] >> i am not amazed. is this like some kind of viral ad for id theft or something? >> you are a genius, nick. >> wow, that's freaky right there. >> he's doing
, interesting to see who is going to watch. bobbi kristina is in it, chrisschriissy houston, her mom. >> she and michael are timeless, they are icons, forever. >> one thing you hope doesn't get lost, how great her voice is. the end of her life, got lost in the drug problems and everything else. >> right. >> but when you stop and listen, that's her legacy. >> clive davis said whitney had dental work and apparently stopped smoking for the time she recorded the song and you could hear it in the voice. that's the way we love it. >> we'll make a smooth transition from whiton to freaky friday, okay. >> that's awkward. how did that go. photographs we want to show you. i've got one for you. this is spangles. spangles is a 3-year-old cat who is cross-eyed, look closely at that picture. his owner mary buchanan of smart anburg, south carolina has a entire facebook page dedicated to spangles dressed up in quirky costumes. >> gone viral. >> become an internet sensation. >> makes people laugh. >> i'm sure it's sweet. >> a strong anti-pet costume policy. >> you know, my girls like to paint our dog easy to
to be there for bobby. how are we going to help young people at risk, people who are active, to build new identities? we begin with tattoo removal, legal expunged and and we work on attachment. every individual who wants to avoid being in a gang, who wants to leave the game, they need a role model and mentor, they need someone to be there. there is no single type of person. we need it the merging of former gang members, prosecutors and social workers and public defenders. you have all had that kid. he needs role models, job training, and real jobs. i was happy to hear that in the video, nothing stops the bullet like a job. we need to provide that. bobbie ann smiley did not ask for their fates. a young woman i worked with, who has five children and has been a member of valencia 13, and finally once to leave the gang, she did not ask for her fate. we need to listen to the needs -- providing them with jobs, with law enforcement and the community, we need to merge. you need to collaborate. you cannot speak to one another, you need to talk together. this is the challenge. i want to urge everyone in the audie
your beauty at any age whatsoever with "today" editor bobbi brown. she has brought friends to discuss overcoming insecurities and defining beauty on your own terms. we'll chat with her. there's a lot of giggling going on behind me. are you saying something about lester that i should pass along or -- no, just random giggling. you know how that goes on a sunday morning. first, a check of the weather with dylan dreyer, surrounded by pink. hey, dylan. >>> you can't miss this crowd. a group of high school students from virginia. what is pink'd? >> pink'd is a fund-raiser that students host. we host a pink event every year. this is the loudoun breast health network. we raised over $40,000 for breast cancer awareness and local charities. >> $40,000 and they're all in high school and they took a van up here, too. i give you credit for that, too. thank you for everything you guys are doing. >>> as pour the weather, we are talking about the heat out west. we are looking at temperatures anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees above normal. we are looking at temps in california today in the 90s. we are go
beauty at any age whatsoever with "today" editor bobbi brown. she has brought friends to discuss overcoming insecurities and defining beauty on your own terms. we'll chat with her. there's a lot of giggling going on behind me. are you saying something about lester that i should pass along or -- no, just random giggling. you know how that goes on a sunday morning. first, a check of the weather with dylan dreyer, surrounded by pink. hey, dylan. >>> you can't miss this crowd. a group of high school students from virginia. what is pink'd? >> pink'd is a fund-raiser that students host. we host a pink event every year. this is the loudoun breast health network. we raised over $40,000 for breast cancer awareness and local charities. >> $40,000 and they're all in high school and they took a van up here, too. i they're all in high school and they took a van up here as well. thank you for what you're doing. as for the weather, we're talking about the heat out west. we're looking at temperatures from ten to 15 degrees above normal. temperatures in california today in the 90s. we're going t
to watch. bobbi kristina is in it, chrisschriissy houston, her mom. >> she and michael are timeless, they are icons, forever. >> one thing you hope doesn't get lost, how great her voice is. the end of her life, got lost in the drug problems and everything else. >> right. >> but when you stop and listen, that's her legacy. >> clive davis said whitney had dental work and apparently stopped smoking for the time she recorded the song and you could hear it in the voice. that's the way we love it. >> we'll make a smooth transition from whiton to freaky friday, okay. >> that's awkward. how did that go. photographs we want to show you. i've got one for you. this is spangles. spangles is a 3-year-old cat who is cross-eyed, look closely at that picture. his owner mary buchanan of smart anburg, south carolina has a entire facebook page dedicated to spangles dressed up in quirky costumes. >> gone viral. >> become an internet sensation. >> makes people laugh. >> i'm sure it's sweet. >> a strong anti-pet costume policy. >> you know, my girls like to paint our dog easy to nails. >> okay. >> they g
with gospel music, and prevailed as an expression of faith that you can accomplish anything. dr. bobby jones was credited taking it to the mainstream by the longest running show on cable television and helped others live beyond a dream. >> welcome to bobby jones gospel. >> kelly: dr. bobby jones is known as mr. gospel. for 31 years, he presented a weekly television show that promotes this unique musical genre. it's the longest running show in cable television history, a mainstay on bet, but played a larger role in exposing the greatness of african-american culture and its contribution to the world. >> i tried to take it through the experiences i've had, and that to bring about rye inspect bobby's career has taken it far beyond his child. growing up in a rural town in tennessee and parents encountered problems that could have prevented bobby from exceeding. >> my father was an alcoholic. and that time in a segregated society and my mother was, a little more well off, but-- and yeah, i ended up guiding their lives. >> kelly: bobby always dreamed of doing something great in music. and to make t
bobby bowden was accomplishing and what they have to overcome here now? >> kirk: it's amazing you think of 14 straight ten-win seasons. finishing in the top four of the country. i don't think we're ever going to see that again with scholarships at 85. parody that we see in college football. mack brown in texas got on a good run. pete carroll got on a good run. it's hard to maintain. >> brent: one more run i want you to mention. >> kirk: 'bama -- unless he leaves, maybe old 'bama can get it going for 14 straight. >> brent: i wouldn't bet against nick saban right now. wilder checks in for second and long. and we have to give kirk herbstreit credit here. remember, he selected florida state as one of his finalists, laying for the bcs championship down in miami. take a look at the rest of the schedule. now, i'm maybe alone in this, but i think they better be careful it's not florida. >> kirk: next week, that's when they'll show us, when you hear their bark. it was last week against wake forest. this was a big win. they came back. how were they going to go when there's no hoopla, not a lot of
story from the book quickly. a brother bobby got a super pot in 1970 and excited at the funerals are not sending any state. and you know come a setup that point he had died just a few months earlier and that dad was thinking of running for governor of maryland. congressman hoyer worked on that aborted effort. and he flew income of antigen is on the front page of "the new york times." dad said come to my room. he said he remembers walking down that hallway. dad said that john. he sat down inside your good kid and i love you. it's going to be fine, i'm going to take care of you. bowa said. no yelling, no screaming, nothing like that. that is the that was the end of the conversation and bobby knew he was loved and supported. when you look at a guy who gave unconditional love like that when i went to the peace corps in a public announcement was made at the 25th anniversary and dropped it a few months later and had my what down that hallway to tell him that, that here was a guy who certainly never said you were my family name and reputation, particularly with the peace corps. he said
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in prison herself, bobbi parker is back with her family and speaking for the first time trying to clear her name. >> for 11 years the woman's husband never gave up hope. >> reporter: in the spring of 2005 it was a sensational story. bobbi parker, the wife of a deputy prison warden, was found on a chicken farm in east texas with a convicted killer. the murder, randolph diald had escaped from the prison back in 1994 with bobbi parker in tow. >> he bound my wrists, he bound my ankles, and he beat me with his belt. it was a very severe beating, very severe. what i remember him saying is this is nothing compared to what the people that i know can and will do to you. >> bobbi parker said she was ripped from her husband and two daughters and that convicted killer randolph diall held her hostage for more than a decade. what did he say he would do if you tried to get away? >> he would either find me or my family, and he would harm them, kill them. >> reporter: she says diall terrorized and abused her, physically, emotionally and sexually. >> it degrades you. it embarrasses you. humiliates you. it me
of the region. we have bobbi gosh from "time." he wrote this cover for "time" titled "agents of outrage." we have joe ruben, a former egypt officer at the state department. good day to both of you. bobby, let's reset. we see more violence in the region. what's your thought here? i guess when we look at the map, it covers some 20 areas and countries in terms of the amount of violence that we've seen over the last week. as we are on a monday, is it getting worse or better? >> judging by previous bursts of outrage over this kind of thing, if i had to guess at this point i would say it will slowly peter out. there may be a little spike on friday after friday prayers. more importantly, this incident now goes into the inventory. the next time it may weeks, months, years the next time there's a big spasm of public outrage in the street in the muslim world, they will refer back to this as one of many offenses against their faith. just as during these protests they have been referring back to the cartoons. they've been referring to the burning of koran by american soldiers. so this now becomes part o
bobbie thomas, we just want to say what a lovely pair of coconuts. >> hi, ladies. >> bobbie thomas, of course. we did this instead of a drink, that's how much we love you. >> bobbie is our style editor, as you guys no. today she's doing everything but the bikini. >> let's face it after your 20s, that is a function you have to pack what you're going to wear all day. we claim to cover up more. >> what you have on is very cute. i love all the lace. >> i love these crocheted pants. they are one of those things you see on the hanger and think i couldn't wear. this is the perfect place to wear them. >> really cute. >> let's talk about cover-ups. >> rachel alba solina a producer from here helped me find the most beautiful bahama mamas. we have michelle, lisa and lisa's mother angela all wearing cover-ups. >> those are so pretty. >> these are from eco design. they start around $40. the most expensive is $140, but really affordable and everybody's personality. >> and they have to be washable. >> washable, lightweight. michelle has the matching bag, if you want to buy accessories. >> and the
. she's just been named the new face of bobby brown cosmetics. bobby brown herself will join us in a little while to tell us how the two teamed up. >> also ahead, a sneak peek at new york's fashion week coming up, of course. the next half hour giada de laurentiis will show us how to make meals ahead. >> your perfect friday night, a night on the town, hanging out with friends or family. >> this will get you out. now you want to think about this, right? >> tweet the hashtag. >> keep it clean. >> your ideal friday night. >> take a break, take a beat, now say natalie is not here today, tamron hall with the news today. tamron. >> good morning, everyone. we begin with the unemployment rate released by labor day, stands at 8.1% for the month of august down .2% from july but only because more people gave up looking for work. the economy added 96,000 jobs last month. those job numbers coming out as president obama heads into the final two-month sprint of the election fresh off accepting the democratic nomination for a second term, the president campaigns today in new hampshire and iowa.
, later bobby kennedy. what that war helped to destroy: the hopes, the dreams and aspiration of so many people. war is bloody. it's messy. amy goodman: and so, today, the war in afghanistan, the drone war that president obama is conducting in pakistan, in yemen, in other places, with the "kill list," that the times called it, that he personally keeps and names the people he puts on the list-your thoughts? rep. john lewis: well, i think it's time for us to end, end the efforts in afghanistan. we cannot justify the killing of people that we don't see. about't know anything them, or very little. war is not the answer. war is obsolete. it cannot be used as a tool of our foreign policy. it's barbaric. someplace, somehow, people must come to that point and say, "i ain't gonna stay the war no more." amy goodman: have you talked to president obama about this? rep. john lewis: i have not had an opportunity. but i've spoken out on the floor of the house against the war in afghanistan, as i did against the war in iraq. amy goodman: you voted in-three days after september 11, 2001, to give presiden
, brittany. a dream working with you, as well. >> let's get bobbie thomas up here -- >> oh, i just -- [ inaudible ] >> you're the only one who doesn't need any more attention to your tattoos. >> i have some amazing new beauty gadgets. hoda, this is a styler that can straighten your hair or wave it, if you want some waves. it's called cool way hair. it has an auto sensibility. so it will check the moisture level of your hair before you start. and it will actually do what it needs to your hair the -- at under 299 degrees. because you're usually using 400 degrees or more. >> the damage and breaking -- >> this is a great advancement. coolway hair. and then heated eyelash kurgers are getting a lot of buzz. you want double the curl of your lashes, panasonic has a rotating comb. when it hits, you can rotate -- >> oh, my -- >> doesn't it make it harder to get it off at the end of the day? >> no, it curls your lashes like your hair. >> curls, okay. >> and this is one celebrities are loving. it's by talek arc. it's a heated eyelash curler, as well. but it -- what's great is that it has a cla
. >>> sir paul notches another honor, and bobby brown is out and says he's clean. your early morning entertainment headlines are straight ahead. >>> plus, what kind of daring fried food can you expect to see this year at the texas state fair? you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back to "early today." update on your forecast. you can see a little bit of that moisture up in baja. central portions of nevada. a little more humidity in the air trying to keep temperatures down. high pressure off the west coast and intermountain west is keeping the west coast dry. if we get any showers out there, it will be very isolated. another very hot day out there in many areas. well, if you're watching us on kiem, news channel 3 in eureka, california, you see how winds and water help create the weather you see and feel at wind, water, weather at discovery museum. >> we would have gone for that. >> i know. i haven't been there already >>> and now here's an early look at this morning's headlines in entertainment. you can add yet another honor to one former beatles' long list. already sir paul mcc
're going to go to some of your questions. the first one is from georgia. what happened to bobby? was he prosecuted for the drive- by shooting? >> when i tell the story, i had asked this. before i answer the question, i want to thank all of the panelists. that was not meant to be hostile so much as to say, we all need to listen to one another. what he said about what happens when the camera is turned off, that is the most important work you're going to do. what happened to bobby? it is an interesting story. needless to say, i intervened and i was young and what i did not know intellectually, i made up for in energy. i intervened on the basis that he was a child that had been subjected to incredible abuse. he was very much a kid and the child welfare system. it happens too many violent youth. i intervened, and he was never prosecuted. he was 14 years old, he was put into what would be thought of now has a psychiatric facility. it was a child psychiatric facility. he underwent all kinds of treatment, training, came out, went back to school. it really went through recovery. and then graduat
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 588 (some duplicates have been removed)